We are partnering with local, national and international chocolatiers whose products we love and we want to share with you.

We have truffles, bars, bark, fudge, drinks, spreads and some treats dipped and covered in chocolate.

These goodies come in dark, milk and white chocolate.

Our assortment expands and changes, so check out our Chocolate listing regularly to see what’s new.

JoJo CoCo
Chocolate at JoJo CoCo
Foods from JoJo CoCo

2014 Feb 18
Approaching its second anniversary, JoJo CoCo is the last place to buy Kōkō Chocolates until later this year. (Koko are going on hiatus to have a baby.)

The plates of fresh chocolates on these shelves include gemchocolates.ca and www.jers.com .

2012 Apr 13
Niall does a great job of describing this fantastic addition to the Kanata foodie scene. The selection is excellent, the owner is friendly and knowledgeable, and business seems to be brisk (good throughput means fresh product).

Check them out if you really love chocolate!

2012 Mar 30
I was at JoJo CoCo last Saturday, and I was impressed. For those who don't know about me and chocolate, this is not an easy feat.

It's a small store, recently opened at the NorthEast corner of Hazeldean and CastleFrank (next to Fabricland). It is very well laid-out, looking airy and inviting, space for lots of customers, but still offering a lot of merchandise.

They are re-sellers, but have found an excellent niche: they primarily offer local, regional and Canadian chocolatiers' bars (from Quebec to Orangeville ON to BC - not Rogers) and other offerings, as appropriate, with a few international brands, nearly all of which were unknown to me.

They are the only store location for (pre-boxed) KoKo truffles, and the only local place to get some of the offerings from my favourite chocolatiers, Toronto's SOMA, including the toblerone-on-crack barberry SomaTube.

The staff is knowledgeable and can answer many questions about the merchandise, and offer various recommendations based on what you prefer. I need to go back to try the resealable, microwaveable chocolate fondue for two in small ceramic pots from France.

The bars are fairly priced too, as I walked out with 6 bars for $48, ranging as low as $4. These are not bars you'll eat all in one sitting, so the value lasts over time. (And I'm used to paying $8-10 for a good Valrhona or Amedei bar.)

They can even be used as the start of a short walk to get a dizzying array of excellent high-grade chocolate bars in the neighbourhood, a sort of "Chocolate Heart of Ottawa". In Kanata south. Who knew. (Maybe they did in choosing this place!)

Recommended. (To anyone who knows me, that's the only word they need...)


2012 Apr 16
I dropped in to splurge on a few items last week. The owner is affable and able to offer up interesting tidbits of info about each of her suppliers.

It was fun to try all these items, but I found the Kōkō Chocolates Almond Bark was the best of them all. I admit to being a bit of a purist with chocolate -- I like it plain or in a harmonious relationship with nuts. The high quality chocolate filled with thick slices of roasted almond make this bark my new favourite chocolate product.